"It's not only supporting the veterans, but providing the support network that the veteran relies on"MCVC of Rotherham
“At South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue we recognise the invaluable contribution members of the Armed Forces Community make."South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue
"The opportunities within the RAF reserves are absolutely amazing. Taskings come in all of the time, there's always different types of adventures for you to go on."Corporal Jac Lee, Logistics Chef with 607 Squadron
"The skills I get from the reserves are transferable into civilian life and the skills I get from civilian life are also transferable into the military."Sergeant Kalvin Neal, army reservist with 4th Battalion The Royal Yorkshire Regiment
"I've had some amazing opportunities in the reserves and to be honest I wish I'd done it sooner"Corporal Spencer Lee, mechanical transport logistics driver for 607 Squadron
"I have an immense sense of pride in being in the ACF and being one of it's cadet volunteers."Vicki Brooks, cadet volunteer, Humberside and South Yorkshire ACF
"It's an awful lot of fun to experience things like gorge walking or mountain biking in the same way cadets are challenged."Elaine Stephens, contingent commander, Manor Church of England CCF
"...the Trust continues to work on its commitment to support those who have served in the military..."Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust
"Since I joined I have seen the real difference that being an air cadet makes to young people in my community."William Ainsley, consultant at Calderdale and Huddersfield Foundation NHS Trust
“I benefitted so much from being in the cadets as a young person that it’s good to be able to pass the opportunities on."Michelle Blackburn, officer commanding, Harrogate Sea Cadets
“There is nothing like watching the progress the cadets make during their time with us."Clare Crebbin, officer commanding, 58 (Harrogate) Squadron
“There’s nowhere else I know where you get to do the sort of things I do in the reserves and I enjoy every bit of it."Private Ibrahim Choudhury, 4th Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment
"We recognise the value that service leavers and reservists bring to the company and are committed to supporting them."Chief executive Douglas McCormick
"It’s ok to struggle, it’s ok to have confidence issues, it’s ok to step out of your comfort zone. In the Army Cadet Force, you will have someone there to support you."Cadet Sergeant Major Emily Haigh
"Being a reserve gives you the opportunity to build a much wider skills base and I encourage all my colleagues to think about joining."Captain Helen Haigh, Royal Engineers.
“As a local authority, we’ve developed all sorts of different ways in which we and our partners can support the armed forces community,”Tracy Harsley, assistant director at Hull City Council.
"As a reservist, you get the best of both worlds because you run two parallel careers which can each complement one another."Major Rachel Reynolds, 212 Field Hospital, Sheffield.
"I’m massively into physical fitness and military training gives me an extra outlet for that.”Aircraftsman Danny Railton, 609 Squadron, Leeming.
"The reserves has given me a lot of opportunities I wouldn't have got in civilian roles."Corporal Vanessa Thomas, 335 Medical Evacuation Regiment
“Before I joined the Sea Cadets, I was painfully shy. But now that's all changed and I've achieved the highest honour a cadet can get."Chloe Feirn, Thorne Sea Cadets
"We wanted to transform our communities to make them truly inclusive and to take specific account of the needs and challenges of the military."Lisa Swainston, stronger communities manager